“Hollywood – Mission Possible” is the story of Steve Cha’s spiritual journey. Cha candidly relates incidents from the experiences of his three-years as an extra in over one hundred movie, television, and commercial productions. During this time he shared his faith with peers, crew members, and such celebrated stars as Brad Pitt, Tori Spelling, James Wood, and others.
Steve also relates incidents of evangelistic opportunities taken by his mentor, Jonathan Khan, who witnessed to luminaries like Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Dan Aykroyd, and many others.
The book is more than a memoir. Steve is articulate, insightful, and intentional in his writing. He writes to challenge, inspire, and equip the reader to Christian discipleship through the recurring themes of: • Spiritual growth • The Good news of the gospel – Using the 10 commandments, divine judgment, the doctrines of grace, holiness, righteousness, and justice as springboards to effective witnessing • A plan of intentional evangelism
A thought provoking discussion guide is provided for individual or group use. Questions stimulate reflection and discussion of topics covered within the chapters of the book dealing with our relationship to God, doctrinal subjects of: Christian responsibility, prayer concerns, and approaches to sharing Christ with others.
Currently Steve is using social networking and his website to enlist prayer warriors to pray for Christian actors and actresses in Hollywood. His prayer is that they might be an influence in “Piercing the Darkness of a Decadent Industry.”
“Hollywood Mission Possible:” is entertaining, informational and life changing, providing a working tool for intentional evangelism and witnessing.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.